Monday, July 12, 2010

Paris Websites for Serious Francophiles

These resources have the best and most current advice on what to eat-see-do in Paris. They are also great for armchair traveling if you don’t have a visit in sight.


Chocolate and Zucchini: chocolateandzucchini.com

A blog written by Clotilde Dusoulier, a Parisian woman who shares her passion for all things food-related.



David Lebovitz: Living the Sweet Life in Paris: www.davidlebovitz.com

Pastry chef and food writer David Lebovitz, who worked at Berkeley’s acclaimed Chez Panisse, records witty and mouth-watering musings on everything food to culture in this blog.





Blackbook: www.blackbookmag.com/guides/paris

A guide to Paris featuring solid choices for bars, hotels, restaurants and shops.


Secrets of Paris: www.secretsofparis.com

This blog written by Heather Stimmler-Hall focuses on some of the edgier, lesser-known facets of the city. More general travel advice can be found at her site: www.sleep-eat-paris.com


Paris by Mouth: www.parisbymouth.com

A collaborative website edited by established food writers like Patricia Wells and Clotilde Dusoulier. It looks at food writing scattered all over the web and presents it in a way that helps readers follow the trends in the Paris food scene. (Photo by Antonio)



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